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Teaching is personal

We are invited to teach information as though it does not emerge from bodies. ~bell hooks, Teaching to Transgress Often times I hear the phrase, “separate your personal and professional lives.” Of course, this catch-all phrase assumes a dichotomy and that … Continue reading

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Summer 2015: An Immersive Research Experience…The After Party

Earlier this summer I wrote about a research experience that I was taking part in: SMARTER, an RET instituted by NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering. The experience was profound. Here’s a recap of my takeaways. Firstly, a learned a good deal about composite … Continue reading

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